Fifties from Andrie Steyn, Trisha Chetty and Chloe Tryon followed by a three-wicket haul from Shabnim Ismail proved clinical as South Africa Women completed a eight-run victory against India Women in the ninth game of the Women's Quadrangular Series in Potchefstroom.
Shabnim Ismail picked a four-wicket haul while Sune Luus and Masabata Klaas snared two wickets apiece as South Africa Women dismissed Zimbabwe Women for 113 runs and chased down the target in 21.2 overs with seven wickets in hand in the seventh match of Women's Quadrangular Series in Potchefstroom.
Laura Wolvaardt scored a run-a-ball 149 run knock as South Africa Women registered a comfortable 178 run victory against Ireland Women in the fifth match of Women's Quadrangular Series in Potchefstroom.
Jhulan Goswami created history to become the leading wicket-taker in Women's cricket as India went on to defeat South Africa comfortably by seven wickets in the third match of Women's Quadrangular Series in Potchefstroom.
Durham speedster Mark Wood has been named in the England squad for the upcoming One-Day International series against Ireland and South Africa followed by the Champions Trophy to be played in June and July.
Kane Williamson became the fastest New Zealand batsman to 5,000 runs while also notching his 17th Test century as New Zealand went on to post 321 for four at stumps on day three to take a slender lead of seven runs in the third game in Hamilton.
After a blistering 90 from Quinton de Kock propelled South Africa to 314, New Zealand openers, Jeet Raval and Tom Latham gave a solid start of 67 for naught at stumps on day two of the final Test in Hamilton.
Colin de Grandhomme and Matt Henry picked two wickets apiece as New Zealand restricted South Africa to 123 for four before rain played spoilsport allowing only 41 overs of play possible on day one of the third Test in Hamilton.
New Zealand's chances of levelling the ongoing Test series against South Africa have been dealt a major blow as fast bowler Tim Southee has been ruled out of the game in Hamilton following a hamstring injury.
A brilliant six-wicket haul from Keshav Maharaj dismissed New Zealand for 171 in their second innings following which South Africa chased down the target of 81 runs with eight wickets in hand to win the second Test in Wellington and claim an unassailable lead of 1-0 in the series.